To understand the design concept of this small Moscow apartment of 53 sqm, we need to take into account that the owners live in another country, they come to Russia quite often, but rather as for a business trip. Hence the restrained and strict character of the interiors, which we usually see in modern hotels of Paris or New York. The color scheme matches – calm and cool gray shades are ideal for this kind of home. Great design!
Today we have quite an unusual apartment as there are very few of such living spaces in Moscow left. The fact is that the building where the apartment is located is more than 100 years old, and the original arched ceilings with a height of 4.5 meters were preserved in the rooms. At the same time, the interiors are decorated in a modern style with minimalistic furniture and in an unexpected black and white color scheme. Great project by studio Za Bor.
Sorry, this entry is only available in Russian. But you still can enjoy photos. Мы несколько раз на Пуфике публиковали дома и квартиры “наших” за рубежом, но посмотреть как живут иностранцы в наших краях также весьма интересно. И сегодня у нас подвернулась такая возможность. Владельцы этого таунхауса на Северо-Западе Москвы родом из США, поэтому перед дизайнером Ксенией Мезенцевой была поставлена четкая задача: создать интерьер в стиле современных апартаментов Нью-Йорка или Чикаго. Интересно, что на все про все у дизайнера было 4 месяца, при этом заказчики во время реализации проекта отсутствовали и все согласования делались удаленно. Приятного просмотра!
The owner of this apartment of 75 sqm in Moscow lives outside the city, and this flat is used only from time to time overnights in the city or to accommodate his business partners. This fact predetermined the concept and layout of the interior – almost all space was given to lounge and sleeping areas, while the kitchen is quite small. The color scheme is calm and soft, consists of warm tones, while the spaces are designed in modern classic style with art objects in decor. Great project!
Scandinavian interiors are often blamed for dullness and monochrome, but this small bachelor apartment in Moscow is a completely different story. The owner lived in Denmark for some time and feels comfortable in Scandinavian minimalism. But in gray Moscow he really wanted more color, so that architect Boris Denisyuk filled the interior with touches of trendy pastel blue and pink. Despite the fact that the apartment is in a Stalin-era building and there was not much room for replanning, the living room and kitchen actually were united into one space. In general, this is a rather unusual colorful masculine dwelling.
Easy and soft interiors in light calm colors, with natural materials, a place where one can found serenity and tranquility – that is how the clients imagined their ideal home. Designer Anastasia Komarova suggested to design the spaces in Belgian style which is based on exquisite simplicity and harmony, and did not fail. Warm sandy-gray hues, laconic forms and eco materials filled the interiors with comfort, making it the most precious place on earth for its dwellers. Pure beauty!
Such minimalistic spaces are usually chosen by men, but this studio apartment with total area of 34 sqm in Moscow was created to accommodate a young girl. The owner really wanted to get a bright, open, modern home without an abundance of bold colors, using natural materials and laconic forms. As a result, the apartment has one common living space where all the functional zones are in harmony. Stylish and functional!
In the portfolio of Russian designer Marina Filippova, Western aesthetics is well felt, and it’s no wonder – the designer was educated in the US, and now the geography of her projects has gone far beyond Russia. Marina’s interiors are distinguished by luxe sophistication and exquisite style, they perfectly mix classical forms and antiques with modern furniture and art objects. Hope you’ll love them!
This Moscow apartment not only has an outstanding area of 600 sqm, but also breathtaking views of the Canal. The whole space of the living room “works” for this panorama: the sofas and chairs are facing the window, and the TV was placed in another room – the area allows this. In addition to the main rooms, there is also a draft kitchen, laundry room, pantries. The client, a young couple, did not want their home to look trendy, but rather to be modern, functional with unique decor pieces. A real dream apartment!
Sophistication and refined luxury often do not need bright or vivid colors, the real value of such interiors lies in high-quality materials and designer furniture. Take a look at this amazing three level apartment three in the heart of Moscow: calm neutral shades were chosen for decoration, but the fact that this interior is “one of a kind” is felt in every picture. And a breathtaking terrace with a view of the city center – just a fairy tale!